Gangway


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Gangway

The opening on a ship through which cargo can be carried on or off.
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The gangway was believed to have been built specially for the open day and would not have been used by passengers.
Gangway launched its second product idea prior to its third show.
"The gangway is a fantastic opportunity for our apprentices to be involved with developing their skills and for them to appreciate a fully-blown tangible project from concept to installation.
Tender notice number : Providing and fixing of movable gangway
Liverpool council's licensing committee yesterday agreed two seats at either end of each row will be left empty in the hope of creating more space for fans and stopping them standing in the gangways during games.
The report set to go to the council said: "In general, most away supporters who visit Everton either do not stand or do not stand in gangways; however, this is not the case for Manchester United.
The demonstrations took place on board a Damen Fast Crew Supplier 5009 equipped with an Ampelmann L-type gangway and two VEEM VG 260SD gyro stabilisers.
Fifteen people died when a packed gangway collapsed, causing workers and family members to plunge to their deaths.
for the new construction of the terminal building, The existing passenger gangway is to be demolished or dismantled.
Tender notice number : CE.JD-5(GANGWAY TOWER)/2018ID:2018_EIL_343321_1